This is my second working with this designer. Creative, responsive, pleasant & helpful. A credit to 99designs.
Outstanding job done! What I really love about the designer is her attention to detail. The way she took the initiative to find out about the intrinsic traits of each character impresses me, and this is not common as most designers 'just want to get over and done with the job'.
She is also very open to ideas and allows areas for improvement by asking for my feedback. She also follows instructions well -- another important trait a good designer must have. Great attitude over all!
She also constantly updates me on the progress of the project -- this gives me a peace of mind knowing that I'm not forgotten amidst all the other projects a designer typically juggles with. :) Really happy with the quality of the illustrations and the designer! Will definitely work with her again! :)
Siva was very responsive and presented multiple different versions of the design until I was happy. Very easy to work with and very creative!
Loved the logo. Great job
How arjunus started their tattoo journey
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What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I would like to design a meaningful tattoo. It is my first piece so would like to have something designed that I believe will appeal to me forever. The symbols, cultures and heritage chosen each have specific meaning to me.
My skin tone is light brown, so color is unlikely to work well. I would like a black tattoo as I believe that would look the best against my skin tone. That being said touches of red may work. The tattoo will be placed on my side against the rib cage.
The central ideas are from Indian, Chinese and Japanese mythology and culture. I would like to combine the following:
- Wheel of Ashoka / Dharma wheel (Indian)
- Katana (Japanese)
- Kanji symbol for fighting spirit "Toukon"(Japanese)
- Tiger (Chinese)
The initial idea that I had is: the katana going through the dharma wheel, the kanji symbols can be on the blade of the katana. The tiger can be part of the sword (either on the hilt or by the blade) or against the wheel / sword.
Very happy for new alternative ideas / thoughts on the concept. Though the the core elements must remain.
The attached images are merely for idea of the concepts. Feel free to bring through the creativity! I would like my tattoo to be unique and ultimately meaningful.